Important Notice Email Compromised

Important Notice To All Our Clients

On 31st January 2012, our yahoo email was hacked into by some unscrupulous individual. As a result of this, you may have received an email purporting to be from 7 Star Fishing Adventure, Steven Tham.

The email is as follows:

I’m writing to let you know that my family and i are stuck in London, UK has been a mess We got mugged last night at gun point and lost all cash,credit card and cell phone. It has been a scary experience,Thank God we still got our life and passport saved here with us.
Our return fight leaves in some hours from now but we are having problems settling our hotel bills, i need you to loan me some money, I’ll refund it back to you as soon as we arrive back home Kindly let me know if you can be of help so that i can tell you how to wire the money to me via western union.

Awaiting your positive response,
Steven

This Email Is A Fake

If you have received this email, be advised: The Email Is A Fake.

At no time did Steven Tham or myself issued such an email.

If you are using gmail, that email would have carried a warning like this:

Fake Email, our email account was hacked.

Warning: Fake Email, our email account was hacked.

We apologize for any mis-understanding or spam, you might have received as a result of hackers gaining access to our yahoo email account.

NOTE: We have since recovered the use of our email account. Our regular clients are now able to communicate with us.

Send Us An Email When You Read This

As a result of the comprised email, we may have lost some of your email address. While we have a record of your bookings, it is possible that we have lost some of your addresses.

We hope you will take a moment to send us an email to keep in touch. and we look forward to seeing you again.